Perhaps some of you are already familar with this, but if not here’s a huge list of printable Bricks coupons from Coupons Inc. Just scroll down a tad. I don’t believe I’ve seen some of these before, so if you come up with any great deals, please leave a comment or email me!
This is definitely useful information to be aware of. If you’d like to print it off so you can carry it with you (as I always do!), here’s a direct link to the Walmart corporate coupon policy.
Walmart accepts the following types of coupons (see guidelines below):
- Manufacturer coupons (Cents Off)
- Free merchandise (or Buy-One-Get-One-Free) coupons
- Store coupons
- Pharmacy (Advertising and Promotional) coupons
- Internet coupons
- Soft drink container caps
The following are guidelines and limits:
- Walmart only accepts coupons for merchandise we sell and only when presented at the time of purchase.
- Coupons should have an expiration date and be presented within the valid dates. Walmart will not accept expired coupons.
- Internet coupons should be legible and say “Manufacturer Coupon.” There should be a valid remit address for the manufacturer and a scannable bar code.
- Only one coupon per item is permitted.
- Use of 40 or more coupons per transaction will require approval by Customer Service Manager.
Although it’s not explicitly stated here, in my experience, if your total savings are more than 50% off your total purchase price, your transaction will require approval by a Customer Service manager as well.
I was asked about how I received my Coca-Cola coupons, so here’s the back story. DH stopped at the grocery store a couple of weeks ago and picked up a 20-oz. Coke for me on his way out. When he got home, I noticed that it had leaked in the bag. He thought maybe he had bumped it and knocked the cap loose, but one swig told me the cap had not been secure for awhile, because it was completely flat. Blech!!!
I was a little disappointed, but I was going to just write it off, until I noticed that it had one of the new caps on it. (Have you noticed these? They’re really cute!) It then occurred to me that maybe it was a design flaw, so I took five minutes to look up a customer service email address and write a short email about my problem. I included all of the manufacturing information that I was able to find on the bottle
To my surprise, when I woke up the next morning, I already had a response. They asked for some additional information and told me to hang on to the bottle until I heard from them again. About three days later, I received a letter from them thanking me for reporting the issue with the two coupons shown here enclosed. I was really impressed with the quick response, and grateful for the coupons as I wasn’t really looking for anything in return for my feedback.
So the moral of the story is that sometimes it pays to provide a company with feedback. Now, I’m not advocating providing false feedback to try to garner freebies, but many companies do respond to customer feedback, both negative and positive. I’ve also had very good luck with simply writing to companies that have products I really like to let them know what I like about it and asking to be added to their mailing list for coupons. Try it sometime, and you might be pleasantly surprised, too!
The free (with $15 shipping) Senseo machine offer has made its rounds many times. If you haven’t registered to try and take advantage of it, I highly recommend giving it a shot. I was lucky enough to get one about two years ago, and I’ve got to tell you – I seriously heart my Senseo! I’d go out and buy a new one in a heartbeat if it ever broke down.
If you already have a Senseo, there’s a printable $1.50/1 Select Senseo pods coupon available now. It’s valid on any European-style blend or the Origin blends (Brazil, Sumatra, Kenya, and Colombia). I usually buy the Dark Roast, but I’m dying to try the new Cafe Noir! My good friend Shaina highly recommends the Sumatra blend.
Thanks to My Good Cents for sharing this awesome site for keeping track of mail-in rebates (MIRs).
Simply register at Rebate-Tracker.com, and then every time you have a MIR to submit, you just take a few moments to enter in all of the relevant details. The web site will organize your submissions, keep track and report on the money you are owed, and will even send you reminders when your rebates are due. It gives you a great summary of your savings and even a success ratio that shows how many rebates you have successfully redeemed.
I can’t wait to try this out next time I have a rebate to submit!